Discover over 80 striking sculptures with new editions for 2019 from two very different artists.

The garden and planting are of course an important element of the visitor experience, but the sculptures are the main predominant attraction of the open-air sculpture park and gallery, rather than being ancillary to the garden. The planting and other features of the garden and woodland area, such as the lakes are there to enhance the sculptures.

The sculptures have been chosen and positioned within the landscape in a way that relates to everything around them; the weather, light, vegetation and the close and long-distance views. It is an active relationship, with each sculpture focusing, intensifying and animating its environment.

2019 will see an improved and updated sculpture trail imposed onto a map of the park, allowing you to see their locations. We also have an early evening talk and tour of the sculptures planned for the 2nd of May, hosted by the creator of the sculpture park – Mr Peter Roberts.

Please see our Gallery for images of the Sculpture and click on the List of Sculptures or Information on the Sculptures for further information.

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